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Meltwater Champions Chess Tour Finals ( [9] 2021.10.04
E60 King’s Indian, 3.Nf3

1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 g6 3.Nf3 Bg7 4.e3 O-O 5.Be2 d6 6.O-O Nbd7 7.b4 e5 8.Bb2 e4 9.Nfd2 Re8 10.Nc3 Nf8 11.d5 h5 12.Qc2 Bf5 13.Rfe1 N8h7 14.Nb3 Ng4 15.Nb5 a6 16.Bxg7 Kxg7 17.N5d4 Qh4 18.Nxf5+ gxf5 19.Bxg4 hxg4 20.Nd4 Kf6 21.Qb2 Re5 22.Kf1 Qxh2 23.Ke2 f4 24.Rh1 f3+ 25.gxf3 gxf3+ 26.Nxf3 exf3+ 27.Kd3 Qg2 28.Rag1 Ng5 29.Rxg2 fxg2 30.Rg1 Nf3 31.Rxg2 Ne1+ 32.Kd2 Nxg2 33.f4 Re8 34.fxe5+ Rxe5 35.e4 Kg6 36.Qa3 Nh4 37.Qg3+ Kh5 38.Kd3 b5 39.Qg8 bxc4+ 40.Kc3 f5 41.exf5 Nxf5 42.Qh7+ Kg4 43.Qxc7 Ne3 44.Qa7 Kf4 45.a4 Rxd5 46.Qf7+ Ke4 47.Qe8+ Kf3 48.b5 axb5 49.axb5 Rd3+ 50.Kb4 Rb3+ 51.Ka4 d5 52.Qc6 Ke2 53.Qh6 d4 54.Qh2+ Kd3 55.Qg1 Rb2 56.Qg6+ Kd2 57.Qg7 Kc3 58.Ka5 Ra2+ 59.Kb6 Rf2 60.Kc6 Kd3 61.Qh7+ Rf5 62.b6 c3 63.b7 c2 64.b8=Q c1=Q+ 65.Kd7 Qa3 66.Qb5+ Kd2 67.Qb6 Qa4+ 68.Ke6 Qe8+ 69.Qe7 Qxe7+

The 2021 Meltwater Champions Chess Tour Finals is a 10-player round-robin taking place from September 25 to October 4 on chess24, with World Champion Magnus Carlsen, World Cup winner Jan-Krzysztof Duda and Dutch no. 1 Anish Giri playing from a venue in Oslo. The players start with bonus points based on their performance over the $1.6 million tour so far and then play a match each day for a maximum of 3 points. The top scorer after 9 rounds wins $100,000 and is crowned the Meltwater Champions Chess Tour champion.

Each match features four rapid games with a time control of 15 minutes for all moves plus a 10-second increment added each move. The winner gets 3 points and the loser 0. If tied 2:2, then a blitz playoff is played, with two games where the players have 5 minutes and a 3-second increment. If still tied they play a single Armageddon game, where White has 5 minutes to Black’s 4, but a draw counts as a win for Black. The winner after a playoff gets 2 points, the loser 1. Official website:

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  1. Remember the only one rule in such an endgame. When queens are promoted,
    usually wins who starts checking like hell his opponent first.
    Once you lose the tempo, you lose the game.

  2. Am I missing something? At 13.37, after Ke6 wouldn't Rf6 been an alternative? (It's then a King and Rook endgame)
    Of course, both are clearly winning, so it doesn't really matter…
    Suppose the one Duda chose was more fun, although the alternative might have been quicker?

  3. 13:15 Agadmator: And then he took the extremely obvious move next that we all clearly see and would play ourselves
    Me: Re5+, right?
    Agadmator: He of course captured with the queen, leading to a fork for the other queen
    Me: oh yeah, black is going DOWN on the board, not up

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